Using M+ Fonts
Developers: Just a quick note on how to setup the M+ fonts in your code editor. If you’re not familiar with M+, here’s a good article that covers some of the reasons I love it so much.
(I prefer the “MN” variant, which is “aimed at a new distinctive design for a terminal font specialized to programming,” and the examples below are for configuring it specifically.)
Emacs is my main code editor.
I’m not sure how much of the following is necessary; I cheated and used OSX’s font selector (⌘⇧T) and saved my session to figure it out. Here’s how you can do it directly:
default face (using
- Font Family:
- Font Foundry:
If you prefer to do your font settings in Elisp, I wish you well. Manual font configuration makes my eyes cross.
I’m watching GitHub’s Atom Editor project
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